Julia Roberts' Broadway show flops
The show attracted a flurry for tickets at first, but now prices are being repeatedly slashed.
Bad reviews seem to be the main reason for the lack of current interest, after the initial attraction of the Hollywood star wore off.
A spokesperson for Tickets Now agency said: "We're selling a lot of their tickets, but they seem to be going for considerably less than face value. We had a pair of front-row tickets for last night's show that went for just £40. Now that's a bargain."
Marc Platt, the show's producer, remains unnerved by the situation. "The house is full, the tickets are sold, the audiences are happy. One wishes it had been better received by the critics, but that's the way it goes."